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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmilebeach Resort Ko Phangan
We had a nice stay at Smile. I staff were all helpful and friendly. We were there in Monsoon season, so it was pretty quiet which was nice. Lots to do in the local area. Check out Jay Jay's. Good food and comfy chairs.
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... We had to indulge in two breakfasts to recover the next day. Our days were filled with more beach games and delicious BBQ. We never made it to 20 continuous hits with beach paddle ball (does this game have a real name?) But we really worked up a sweat. As many of you saw on Facebook we ended our beach time (and trip) with a beautiful lantern ...
... a rather full ferry trip we arrived in Koh Tao! We sat around on a lovely beach and went swimming in the perfect temperature water whilst waiting for Luke to get back from teaching. After lunch we got started on our open water dive course. Which consisted of a bunch of extremely cheesy boring videos, Luke trying to teach while we made home laugh and very basic tests. After our boring and boiling classroom session was over we went out ...
... pictures to Natalie, she said that she had a waterproof camera but had forgotten to bring it out. For our next snorkelling trip, she would bring it, so we should be able to take photos.
When we got out to the wreck, the concentration of fish skyrocketed. Couple this with the fact that there was also a wreck to explore and the snorkelling had suddenly got even better than before. We were out there for quite a while, exploring the wreck from ...
... me and had an enjoyable night of giant jenga, learning German and lady boy shows. Day 2 all was going well, we were introduced to our lovely instructor who ended up being Welsh (I hear all grandparents and immediate family who definitely read 'learning scuba diving ... in thailand' and cursed their irresponsible offspring breathe a sigh of relief) which was reassuring/hireath creating. I was pretty decent at the theory, think I got 48/50 at the practice questions and the two I ...